One Woman's West

One Woman's West

Recollections of the Oregon Trail and Settling the Northwest Country

Book - 1986
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The intriguing story of a woman who came to Oregon in a covered wagon in 1851 from Missouri, and lived long enough to see hundreds of automobiles passing by her home in the last year of her life. Here we have the West as it truly was, from the primitive era of the Oregon Trail to the modern times of World War I.
Publisher: Eugene, Or. : Spencer Butte Press, 1986.
ISBN: 9780960942022
Branch Call Number: 979.503 M393
979.503 M393
Characteristics: xvii, 222 pages : illustrations, maps ; 24 cm.
Additional Contributors: Barton, Lois 1918-


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